One Javascript Tip A Day, Keeps Code Bugs Away


Short Bytes: In this article, I bring to you a new project called Javascript Tips that promises to deliver you one Javascript tip per day. This project is started by Joel Lovera from Córdoba and he’s right on track from day 1.

So, I was having my daily dose of Reddit and I stumbled upon something amazing. I found a GitHub repo that promised to deliver me one solid Javascript tip per day via its Twitter handle. Nothing more, nothing less. Sounds pretty cool, right?

This is a new project by Joel Lovera who is right on track from the day one. On his GitHub page, he writes, “With great excitement, I introduce these short and useful daily Javascript tips that will allow you to improve your code writing.”

These handy tips will take just 2 minutes of your time and you’ll be able to improve your code by reading about performance, frameworks, hacks, conventions, interview questions etc.

Joel writes:

At midday, no matter if it is a weekend or a holiday, a tip will be posted and tweeted.

fossBytes wishes Joel good luck!

How do I get Javascript Tips?

To get the daily Javascript tips, you can follow the Twitter account that promises to tweet only one will per day. You can also find the tips at Joel’s GitHub page.

Can I contribute to Javascript Tips?

Yes, you can! Joel welcomes you to send him your own Javascript tip. Click here to see the instructions.

Here are the first and the latest tweets that were tweeted on January 1 and 6:

Did you find this project interesting? Share your views in the comments below. 

Ananda Verma

Ananda Verma

Writes for machines mostly. Sometimes for humans too.
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